By KrisAnne Hall, JD Congress, the FBI, IRS, ATF, EPA and other executive agencies of the federal government violate American property and due process rights every single day. Now through the draconian use of the “guilty until proven innocent” standard through federal civil asset forfeitures, Gun and accessory bans, and land grabs, members our federal […]
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by KrisAnne Hall, JD Great study and deliberation was conducted in designing the office of the president. What was the designers of our Constitutional Republic chief concern? That the president would become a king. “The safety of the people in a republic depends on the share or proportion they have in the government; but experience […]
By KrisAnne Hall, JD Article 1 section 8 clause 1 of the Constitution reads: “The Congress shall have Power To lay and collect Taxes, Duties, Imposts and Excises, to pay the Debts and provide for the common Defence and general Welfare of the United States…” From this clause, many have construed the “general Welfare” statement […]
Our government is traveling down a very dangerous road. We have neglected our duties as responsible employers and we are about to pay a dear price. We must arm ourselves with the truth to educate our employees and assist them in doing the right thing. The following is an open letter to our […]
By KrisAnne Hall, JD The State of Oregon House passed legislation (HB 2927) that would make Oregon award its Electoral College votes only to presidential candidates who win the national popular vote. According to National Popular Vote, this kind of legislation has already been passed by 11 States, (CA, DC, HI, IL, MA, MD, NJ, […]
By KrisAnne Hall, JD My inbox is being inundated with the question du jeur: “If President Trump declares a ‘State of Emergency’ to build the wall on the border of Mexico, is that Constitutional?” I am certain that is not the right question or perhaps not the right way to ask it, but to ask […]
by KrisAnne Hall, JD There have been many questions about the legitimacy of the extremely intrusive questions on the current and most recent government census. I have recently been instructed that the census given to those in the agricultural industry is even more intrusive than those given to the average home owner; asking questions like […]
by KrisAnne Hall, JD It seems to be growing increasingly popular to use the 10th Amendment to justify carte blanche legislative authority within the States. Even some Presidential candidates have implied that because of the 10th Amendment, States can “pass whatever laws they want.” Recently, others have said that if a State wants to legalize abortion, the […]
A look at Washington Gun Control Laws & Those Who Will Defend Your Rights by KrisAnne Hall, JD In 2018 the people of the State of Washington voted to infringe upon the rights of law abiding citizens to keep and bear arms. We know that essential rights like these do not come from government, they […]
by KrisAnne Hall, JD Judges these days seem just fine with allowing the government exceptions to the 4th Amendment. That doesn’t surprise me, I went to law school. So its even less surprising that federal agents have no problem using the “permission” of the courts to violently assault the rights to property and due process […]